Symphonic Metal/Folk The Mexican Way CABRAKAÄN Join Sliptrick recs

Joining the ranks at Sliptrick Records this week:

Cabrakaän (MX) Symphonic Metal | Folk

Cabrakaän was formed in Toluca, Mexico in 2012 and have been calling Canada home since first performing in the country at the 2017 Metalocalypstick Fest in Lone Butte, BC, where the beauty of the North won them over and encouraged them to make the grand decision to relocate.

Their debut EP, Songs From Anahuac, was unleashed in 2014 and displayed a mix of death, folk, and symphonic European influences with Pre-hispanic instruments, along with the storytelling of Mesoamerican mythologies (Aztec, Mayan, Tlaxcaltecan, Olmecan) plus Mexican folklore such as La llorona, La Bruja and Day of The Dead.

Wasting no time in Canada, Cabrakaän are currently completing production on their follow up album entitled Cem Anahuac My Home to be released via Sliptrick Records in 2019. The album will be an expression of pride for their roots, history and traditions along with their love for metal and traditional music from their home country of Mexico.

The band go on; “We are proud of our roots and our culture and we want to share it with the world through our music. When we are on stage, we try to give our fans a great experience by creating an atmosphere from the time of the Aztecs, using costumes and make up. The purpose of our live sets is to give fans more of our culture visually and musically so they can connect with us and enjoy the performance even more.”

Circle Of Witches are:
Pat Cuikani – Vocals | Marko Cipaktli – Drums | Alejandro Navarro – Guitar | Paolo Belmar – Guitar | Rex Darr – Bass Guitar | Sebastián Yankopek – Keyboards

Band links: Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | On Sliptrick